The Kingdom of Shilla, 4 days

Day 1    BUSAN                      (L)
In the morning, visit Busan city and its famous Haeundae beach, one of the most popular destinations among Koreans during summer vacation. Then stroll through fish market of Jagalchi and at the international market selling all kind of goods. Lunch is at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit Yongdusan Park. In the centre of the park stands Busan Tower (118 m). If the fog isn’t too thick, the view over the container traffic gives a glimpse about the importance of the port activity. Finally, stop at the Cemetery of United Nations’ Memorial, unique in the world as it is managed by the United Nations since 1960. This site pays tribute to the 37,895 members of the UN forces whom died during the Korean War between 1950 and 1953.
Overnight in Busan.

Day 2    BUSAN – GYEONGJU  82 Km (50 Miles)                       (B/L)
After breakfast drive to Gyeongju spiritual and cultural capital of Korea. On the way, visit Beomeosa Temple, architectural masterpiece located in a mountainous setting of great beauty. Lunch is at a local restaurant upon arrival and followed by a city ​​tour of the nicknamed "museum without walls." This ancient capital of the Shilla kingdom was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000. In the afternoon, stop at Anapji Lake, heart of an old garden built in the seventh century before a stroll along Bomun artificial lake. Check-in at hotel late afternoon.
Overnight in Gyeongju.

Day 3    GYEONGJU                  (B/L)
After breakfast, the full day is dedicated to visit Gyeongju. Visit Bulkugsa temple, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO. Its paintings on wood and architecture make it one of the ancient Shilla kingdom’s treasures. Later, continue to visit Seokguram Cave (UNESCO). Fitted in the eighth century on the slopes of Mount Toham, the cave contains a monumental statue of Buddha looking at the sea. The sanctuary is considered a masterpiece of Buddhist art in the Far East. Lunch is at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, walk through Tumuli Park dotted with 23 tombs of sovereign of the Shilla’s kingdom and their families, and visit the grave of the "Heavenly Horse". During archaeological excavations many treasures have been discovered and are now on display at the city National Museum. Continue by visiting Noseo-dong tombs before one last stop at the oldest Far Est observatory, Cheomseongdae tower built in 634. Here royal astronomers studied the movements of the stars and predicting eclipses of the sun and moon.
Overnight in Gyeongju

Day 4     GYEONGJU                       (B)
After breakfast, depart for the next destination.
End of our services.

Accommodation in a shared double or twin room at selected hotels
Transfer by a private air-conditioned vehicle as per program
English speaking guide except during time at leisure
Entry fees for all sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program
Meals as mentioned in the program: (B) for breakfast, (L) for lunch or (D) for dinner
Government taxes currently in force (V.A.T.)
Drinks, tips, personal expenses and all services not clearly mentioned


Departure date
E.g., 18 Mar 2018
Price dates: 
Monday, May 1, 2017 to Saturday, September 30, 2017
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Product ID Title Maturity Room Price
1553 The Kingdom of Shilla, 4 days (Adults, Double)
1554 The Kingdom of Shilla, 4 days (Adults, Single)